The Legend of Zelda is one of Nintendo's longest running and most popular video game franchises, and the series has witnessed several incarnations throughout the franchise's long tenure. Video game releases, cartoons, collectibles, and while there is an official manga release based on the various stories of games released so far, there is no official anime yet. As a result, fans have often taken to sharing their own anime interpretations, and a particular piece of fan art has been well received online.
To celebrate the release of the latest The Legend of Zelda remake, Link's Awakening artist @ gonzarez1938 ( which you can find here on Twitter ) has released a fantastic anime poster for the new release, which contains a great anime account of the game's events as a mischievous link obviously does not work. Check it out below!
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The Legend of Zelda: Link & # 39; s Awakening met with great interest when the game was first introduced with a radically new look for Link. A kind of chibi, a toy-like figure, looks a lot different than the fans expected. But it was not surprising that over the years Link has appeared in many art styles in various publications. This was just one of many, and now fans are hoping the franchise will one day make an anime debut.
If not with the Link's Awakening adventures, maybe something else? It's certainly a good choice for an anime, considering its fantasy locations, powerful beings, and heroic storyline. But until there is an official anime, the fans will always release funny anime scenes about the franchise!
The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening is now available on Nintendo Switch. Here's an excerpt to help you get started: "The vast majority of Link's Awakening has an unbelievable foundation, and a fresh coat of paint will give the player a fresh take on the game and Vivid Feeling Without Feeling Hard New and old players will find something here to enjoy and the previous expectations of both – the pinnacle of Breath of the Wild vs. the preconceived idea of what the game is and was almost certainly given up just to play and enjoy a sometimes unexpectedly charming, if not entirely new game from Zelda. "